Christ of Saint John of the Cross (Dalí)
The Starry Night (van Gogh)
Walk along the seashore (Sorolla)
Bosch was a painter born in Holland in 1450.
He was the favourite painter of Philip II. The purchase of his works began with the Catholic Monarchs but it was Philip II who collected the largest number of panels.
The inspiration of Bosch is found in the ideas drawn from the Holy Scriptures and other works of his time.
The most relevant characteristics of the work of Bosch are the perfection in his technique and the good quality of the drawing. Fantasy and originality make a very important place in the works of Bosch. He also used mockery and irony in his works.
One of the works of art of Bosch best known, is that of 'The Garden of Earthly Delights', a triptych which has a lot of imaginary and symbolic elements.
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